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T-Mobile unveils exclusive Google One Storage Plan: costs $5/ month for 500GB

T-Mobile customers will be able to buy a new storage tier that has not previously existed.

A new 500GB storage plan on Google One will be available for $5 or 372 INR per month for existing T-Mobile customers.

Although prices vary from country to country, the entry-level Google One plan in the US begins at $3(223 INR) per month. There is no in-between tier as of now with the 500GB plan.

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It is worth noting that the $5 per month plan still does not include the Google One VPN Service which comes with 2TB plans and above.

‘Google One for T-Mobile’ is available for iOS and Android customers with consumer post-paid plans.

Customers can sign up for this plan via their T-Mobile online or through the app itself. This subscription would be billed directly through T-Mobile.

If you are a Sprint user that has not yet migrated to T-Mobile, you can use the T-Mobile Tuesdays app to sign up.

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